OrthoLite Review & Giveaway!

26 Mar

Happy Monday! It’s supposedly spring, but here in NYC the weather has remained cold and dreary.  Which is why I was more than delighted to come home today to find the new pair of Sauconys I ordered had arrived!  I usually run in Asics, but the updated models just don’t fit the same and I needed something new.  

Hello, new Saucony ProGrids!


If you’re a runner, you probably find yourself in this predicament a lot.  Due to high mileage, you may need to replace shoes fairly often and it can get frustrating when model updates change the fit of the shoe.  Back in October my awesome doctor recommended that I run with insoles to provide a little more comfort, support and stability, no matter what type/brand of shoe I wear.  I thought this was a great idea because it’s also a cheap and easy way to extend the life of my running shoes.  I’ve been using a pair of Powerstep insoles for awhile now, but was very excited when the lovely folks at OrthoLite offered to send me a pair of their Fusion insoles to review.  


So what did I think?

I’ve gone on a few runs in these insoles and have to say they’re pretty good.  I immediately noticed the “update” and my shoes felt new again!  You can custom fit the OrthoLite Fusion insoles to any running shoe brand or size by simply removing the current insole, lining them up next to each other and cutting them into the proper shape.  I really like that adding the insole to my shoe doesn’t impact the fit of the shoe in other ways.  These insoles are definitely softer and more flexible than my Powerstep insoles, but they provide similar cushioning and support.  Here’s a little more info on the insoles:

·         Designed to fit all athletic and outdoor shoes or boots
·         Breathable: Air circulates in and around the insole, leaving the foot cooler and drier
·         Moisture Wicking: Unique insole structure moves moisture away from your foot
·         Retains Structure: Unlike many of the insoles on the market that go flat, unique spring-back technology ensures your insole will retain over 95% of its thickness over time
·         Anti-Microbial: Patented formulation fights fungus, bacteria and odor
·         Lightweight: Insoles provide cushioning and optimum performance without adding weight to the shoe
·         Fully washable
·         Availability: Available for purchase on OrthoLite.com for $19.99/pair
·         Benefits Athletes: For every pair of Fusion insoles purchased, OrthoLite will donate $1 to the Level Field Fund, a grant-giving program that bridges gaps in funding to uniquely talented athletes


If you’re interested in snagging some OrthoLite insoles for yourself, I have three pairs to giveaway!  Enter to win by leaving me a comment below telling me what your favorite running/workout sneakers are!  The giveaway will be open through Sunday, March 31st at midnight, when three lucky readers will be chosen to receive a pair of OrthoLite Fusion Insoles.  Good luck and Happy Running! 🙂

**Disclosure:  OrthoLite provided me with a sample pair of insoles to review as well as the information above and will be providing three (3) pairs of insoles to the winners of this giveaway.

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10 Responses to “OrthoLite Review & Giveaway!”

  1. smeyering March 26, 2013 at 1:44 am #

    I have the Pro Glide too but in green! Id love love love to try out the OrthoLite Fusions!

  2. outside time March 26, 2013 at 2:46 am #

    Cool, I've been curious about insoles. My current go-to shoe is the Brooks Adrenalines, but I have done a few speed workouts in my Saucony Mirage 3s and love them, so far!

  3. Mark March 26, 2013 at 8:37 am #

    SO , I am looking at the Site and there are 50 of these,,, which are we talking about?

  4. Kimberly Hoban, R.D. March 26, 2013 at 12:01 pm #

    These are the OrthoLite Fusion–http://www.ortholite.com/Retail.html

  5. Xtrout March 27, 2013 at 2:42 am #

    I training shoe is the saucony guide 5

  6. Ratherberunnin March 27, 2013 at 4:30 pm #

    I have tried almost every running shoe on the block, but my favorite pair right now are Newton distance. I get compliments on them ALL the time!

  7. Vera Khule March 29, 2013 at 7:48 pm #

    I have a pair of Nike running shoes that are holding up pretty well.

  8. Realia Mazing March 29, 2013 at 9:42 pm #

    i have some nike sneakers i love!

  9. cori @olivetorun March 31, 2013 at 1:47 am #

    BROOKS Pure Cadence 2

  10. Leah March 31, 2013 at 3:56 pm #

    I haven't found THE ONE yet, but I have some Saucony Cohesions that I like a lot.

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